The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) in Dubai is holding an open day on Saturday, 13 April.
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He said the Australian Trade Commission could help identify international partners for those Pakistani businesses through tailored industry intelligence that wanted to go global.
Supported by The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) and the Oil and Gas Australia journal, the Australian pavilion at OGA 2009 was the first ever.
MD and CEO of DEWA, HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer has welcomed a delegation from the Australian Trade Commission, stressing the importance of coordination and collaboration to promote and strengthen ties between the two sides.
Dubai Export Development Corporation (EDC), in association with the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), has started the 'Islamic Financial Services Mission', a government initiative of introducing Islamic financial products and services from the UAE to Australia in line with the current changes and trends happening in the financial systems across various countries worldwide.
Twelve Australian companies planned to open offices in Saudi Arabia, said Andre Barbour, senior business development manager at the Australian Trade Commission in Saudi Arabia.
The minister was talking on the sidelines of the launch of a booklet entitled Islamic Finance prepared by the government's Australian Trade Commission, or Austrade, which coincided with the launch of the Westpac product.